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Egyptian Fantasy Egyptian Fantasy
Willie & The Specters
2011

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Song Name (Composer)
Time
1.
Sway Sur La Rue Royale (Jerry Douglas, 2008)
2.
Egyptian Fantasy (Sidney Bechet, 1941)
3.
Hellhound on My Trail (Robert Johnson, 1937)
4.
Way Down in the Hole (Tom Waits, 1987)
5.
Lullaby of the Leaves (Young and Petkere, 1922)
6.
Quiereme Mucho (Gonzalo Roig)
7.
St. James Infirmary Blues
8.
Singing the Blues (Lewis, Young, Conrad and Robinson, 1927)
9.
Big Lip Blues (Jelly Roll Morton, 1940)
10.
A Ghost of a Chance (Young, Crosby, Washington, 1932)
Born in the bars and recording studios of Northeast Minneapolis, comes this gritty blend of jazz, blues, and latin influences. With a unique sound led by Willie Scott on dobro and Clint Hoover on harp, and featuring some nifty arrangements, this package spans decades of American music.

Stellar appearances by the best of the Minneapolis scene (Bruce Henry on vocals, Marc Anderson on percussion, JT Bates on drums, Kari Larson on mandolin, Kyle Tennis and Bobby Ekstrand on guitars, Lee Blaske on keyboards, and James Buckley on bass) complete the sound.
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